The rugged old Norsemen spoke of death as Heimgang-“home-going.” So the snow-flowers go home when they melt and flow to the sea, and the rock-ferns, after unrolling their fronds to the light and beautifying the rocks, roll them up close again in the autumn and blend with the soil. Myriads of rejoicing living creatures, daily, […]
The story of Grandmother Moon told on the night of the Blood Moon Eclipse, a once-in-a-lifetime event.
Explore how a shift in the meaning of nature occurred during the 1500-1600s with significant implications for how we interact with and perceive our environment.
The story we play in our mind is a powerful one. Our story can be what we want it to be – dark and light, lost and found, life and death. We are the storyweavers. We weave our life stories from the fabric of our choosing and for the future of our youth. May you […]
“Your soul sings to mine. My soul is yours, and it always will be, in any world. No matter what happens.” ― Laini Taylor, Daughter of Smoke & Bone Michael Meade tells the story about the young people of the Masi. He shares that young people go through an initiation, or rite of passage. Among […]